Capcom
10,000 sq ft
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Capcom

Client Background

Capcom is a Japanese developer and publisher of video games, known for creating multi-million-selling franchises such as Mega Man, Monster Hunter, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Street Fighter.

Points of note

Maris’ design scheme included open plan rectangular desking for 80 staff, 6 meeting rooms (four with large screens), 2 Executive offices, a large staff breakout room, Comms room with 2 cabinets and separate Reception area.

Maris’ office design scheme took into consideration both the nature of CE Europe’s business and the personalities of their staff. The Client’s vision of how they would like their new offices to look and feel included descriptions such as ”smart casual” and “fun” and the quality of life for their staff was of utmost importance.

The project also included a large element of stripping out and renewing of “Cat A” base build features such as ceilings, lighting, carpets, air conditioning and convenience facilities.

Premises

Metro Building, Hammersmith London W6
Size
10,000 sq ft
Timescale
12 weeks

Scope of works

  • Bespoke graphics
  • Bespoke Reception Desk
  • Breakout and tea point facilities
  • CDM, health and safety duties
  • Comms room and dedicated power
  • Construction management
  • Detailed design development
  • Doors and partitioning
  • Feature walls
  • New carpets throughout
  • Power and data installation
  • Space planning and design consultancy

“We certainly are pleased that they ended up in The Metro Building. It’s a great building for the unique type of visually-stimulating environment they want to create.”

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